Time Out of Mind Synopsis
Evicted from his squat and suddenly alone on the streets, George (Gere) is a man without a home. Struggling with his demons and desperately trying to connect with the daughter he abandoned, he finds himself teetering on the edge, alone and abandoned.
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Important Subject but boring

By cougarbudd
The movie does do a great job of spotlighting the homeless problem in our country . The problem is it is drawn out and boring to watch. It takes too long to get to why he is homeless. It would of...

By lfdauch
Richard Gere is at his best in Time out of Mind. His performance is Oscar worthy. He captures the real feeling of hopelessness as a homeless person in New Your City. His acting is superb. This is an...


By hkaplan918
This film realistically chronicles what a homeless person's life is day-to-day. Richard Gere disappears into the role in a subtly nuanced internal performance. The supporting actors are excellent,...

By kmc53061
As someone who has been homeless with a mental health issue and now works in the mental health profession , I was honored to go to a private early screening of this movie in Washington, DC and met...


By linz1951
Gave two stars only for Richard Gere's acting, when he said anything. Ben Vereen was also good. Do not recommend this slow moving movie. I yawned, stretched and kept looking at my watch....

Not Easy, But So Important

By skowarsky
An exercise in compassion for the viewer as it must have been for the makers. A look at life as many live it, but few outsiders ever see. The need in our own backyard. An extended reminder that...